Electrochemical biosensor based on cellulose nanofibers/graphene oxide and acetylcholinesterase for the detection of chlorpyrifos pesticide in water and fruit juice

This sophisticated technique might offer a more precise, straightforward, quick, and environmentally friendly way to assess chlorpyrifos contamination in water and juice samples.

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